This big tiger mural is made of 42 pieces that students can color and assemble into the large sign. Perfect if your school mascot is the Tigers! For art class, homeroom, advisory periods, or other community building time at school. The guide makes it easy so elementary, middle, or high school students can take part and it will turn out great.
Practice transformations with these fun activity sheets. Includes translate, rotate, defect, dilate, and multi step transformations. Each one turns out to be an emoji! Very engaging for students. Ranges in difficulty... great for differentiation. 8th grade math or high school geometry.
Explore linear and exponential functions in this activity! First, students distinguish stories as representing linear or exponential relationships. Then, they create a table of values, graph, and equation for each story.This activity is great for partners or groups. It will get your students discussing math! CCSS F-LE.A.1 for Algebra 1.
Assess your students current geometry knowledge with this editable test that covers the basics needed for high school geometry. Angles, transformations, parallel & perpendicular lines, congruency, and triangles. Perfect for back to school.
Explore and discover volume with two days of engaging centers for 5th grade standards. This activity is meant to build conceptual understanding of volume. Students will discover the formulas for volume by working with unit cubes and rectangular prisms (instead of being told to multiply length by width by height). Centers also focus on counting layers to build a foundation for understanding volume of other prisms and cylinders in future grade levels. 5.MD.C.3 5.MD.C.4 5.MD.C.5
Students use inverses of sin, cos, and tan to find missing angles in furniture construction designs. Perfect real world application for trigonometry! The set includes 6 drawings with a total of 21 missing angles. Students will also need to use knowledge of angle relationships (such as parallel lines cut by a transversal and complementary angles).